Definition of Frivolling
1. frivol [v] - See also: frivol
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frivolling
Literary usage of Frivolling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Text-book of Histology by Philipp Stöhr (1913)
"... of frivolling. She thought only of getting her babies back into their safe cranny in the roof of the barn, where she could nurse them, and lick their ..."
2. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1887)
"distressed, Though for him she shone, he went frivolling on, and he sang, but it wasn't to her. (For no moth is dumb, you can hear 'em hum,' ai the ..."
3. The Drama of Yesterday & To-day by Clement Scott (1899)
"... made his influence felt very early, and the occasion of the distribution of parts was solemn enough to make the most facetious cease from frivolling. ..."
4. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1889)
"Life isn't only frivolling, and supper-parties, and seeing your friends, and having a lovely time, is it now ?' said No. Two. ' Especially when one thinks ..."
5. Thirty-five Years in the Divorce Court by Henry Edwin Fenn (1911)
"It will be a dull day for the world when they give up this art of " frivolling," which is the outcome of that natural craving and seeking for the ..."
6. The Flowing Road: Adventuring on the Great Rivers of South America by Caspar Whitney (1912)
"... up in his dry season slumber like the majority of well-regulated crocs, in country such as this, instead of frivolling with an inquisitive wanderer. ..."